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Should believers go to a "sub-par" movie just because it’s Christian?

Posted by truthtalklive on November 28, 2006

…or is it more important that the movie be Biblically accurate?

7 Responses to “Should believers go to a "sub-par" movie just because it’s Christian?”

  1. Anonymous said

    The accuracy is most important. In all situations.

  2. Anonymous said

    It is extremely important for Christian movies to be accurate. We do not support incorrect theology. Because we are under the microscope we need to be doing our very best to have an accurate representation in all areas.

    High Point

  3. Victoria M. said

    Stu, I have a question. There was a woman on your show today that said she found a site with 200 plus christion films on it , flywheel being one of them. Do you remember the site name? Or where we can see a listing of other christian films.

    Thanks so much

    Victoria M.

  4. Stu said

    not sure the name of the site, but we’ll have our team look into it and post something soon…

  5. Anonymous said

    No. Why should we as Christians expect anything less from a Christian movie than from a secular movie. Aren’t we suppose to “do everything as unto the Lord?” Wouldn’t this include film-making, as well?

  6. […] But what about Scripture? Though there is no direct quotation matching the proverb, Paul does use a similar idea in his description of the successful athlete: And everyone who competes for the prize is temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a perishable crown, but we for an imperishable crown (1 Corinthians 9:25). […]

  7. Irv Brown said

    How are we to know is a movie is biblicly accurate unless we see the movie for ourselves? You say that we should trust the reviews. How obsurd! It would be like not ever reading a book unless someone first else okays it for me. Who can we trust? Where is our sense of personal judgement?

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